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					                                        Ceramics/Sculpture
                                         Learning Design

Information
Project Title:                    Ceramics/Sculpture
Developer(s):                     Jill Conradt/Joan Flaherty
Development Date:                 02/12/1999
Revised By:                       J. Flaherty
Revision Date:                    8/5/1999
Course Number:                    212001,212002
Organization:                     Shawano-Gresham School District
Department:                       Art-High School
Instructional Area:               Art
Instructional Level:              Grades 9-12
Total Credits:                    1

Target Population
Grades 9-12

Course Description
This course is an introduction to 3 dimensional art forms. Ceramic works will include both hand
built and wheel thrown vessels. Sculptures will be created using a variety of materials. Students
are encouraged to use individual ideas and problem solving techniques in ther work. Art and
artists from the past and present will be investigated.

Supplies
File Folder
Description:                      Manilla or a pocket folder to hold handouts and notes.
Quantity:                         1
Required:                         Yes

Pencil
Required:                         Yes

Eraser
Required:                         Yes


Required:                         Yes

Target Exit Learning Outcomes

Core Abilities
1. Use problem solving skills in real world situations
   learner identifies the problem
   learner clarifies purposes and goals
   learner identifies solutions to a problem and their impact
   learner employs reasoning skills
   learner evaluates options
   learner sets priorities
   learner selects and implements a solution to a problem
   learner evaluates results of implemented option
   learner organizes workloads
2. Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
   learner augments and values learning
    learner is open to new ideas
    learner has avocational interests
    learner understands the need for ongoing education
    learner searches for knowledge to satisfy curiosity
    learner sets goals and makes plans to achieve them
    learner takes risks
3. Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
    learner applies the English language correctly (spelling, grammar, structure)
    learner writes so others can understand
    learner speaks so others can understand
    learner gives instructions
    learner expresses empathy
    learner checks for accuracy
    learner writes legibly
    learner applies effective listening
    learner uses acceptable language
    learner provides necessary detail
    learner describes problems accurately
    learner understands the impact of nonverbal communication
4. Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
    learner accepts responsibility of membership in society
    learner knows the role and impact of social and organizational systems and operates
effectively with them
    learner performs community service
    learner assumes leadership or supporting roles as appropriate
    learner practices behaviors that promote the basic values of our democracy
    learner is informed about current issues
    learner respects the rights of others
    learner understands political and economic global interdependence
    learner practices environmental stewardship
    learner participates in the political process
5. Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
    learner recognizes cultural differences in order to promote understanding for a cooperative
work and social environment
    learner demonstrates awareness of current world events
    learner describes political, economic and social systems different from one's own
    learner demonstrates geographical literacy
    learner recognizes difference in world measurements
6. Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
society
    learner describes the importance and influence of cultural diversity and equity on educational
planning and transition from school to work
    learner validates the importance of cultural diversity and equity by behaviorally demonstrating
respect for diversity and equity in school, work, and community environments
    learner analyzes the historic effect of cultures, including inequities and biases


Performance Expectations
Goals
1. Develop an awareness of visual art past and present in a global setting
2. Explore the significance of visual arts in relation to history, social development, and
environment
3. Design original images
4. Connect people, places, ideas, and the language of art to daily life
5. Produce images that communicate ideas using varied processes
6. Explore the role of technological resources
7. Interpret visual experiences using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas
8. Develop varied solutions to visual situations
9. Integrate sensory development with intellectual and social performance
10. Reflect upon the nature of art throughout the world
11. Relate art to all disciplines
12. Expand visual imagination and creativity

1. Integrate the elements of art

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Synthesis
  Difficulty: Medium
  Importance: Essential

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner experiments with and manipulates elements in a personal manner
    artwork shows knowledge and use of elements within composition

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    tests
    teacher observation
    completed project
    self-critique

  Learning Objectives
  a. Draw from reality to create 3-d art
  b. Apply art elements to surface qualities
  c. Create artwork using elements of art
  d. Identify the specific elements being used in each product.

2. Explore the principles of arrangement

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Application
  Difficulty: Medium
  Importance: Essential

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner utilizes principles of art in a comprehensive manner
    learner experiments with and manipulates principles in a personal manner
    artwork shows advanced knowledge of principles within composition

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    completed artwork
     teacher observation
     test

  Learning Objectives
  a. Create artwork using the principles of arrangement
  b. Specify which principles are used

3. Integrate the dimensions of art

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Synthesis
  Difficulty: Medium
  Importance: Important

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner distinguishes 2-d art from 3-d art
    learner develops 3-d manipulation
    learner incorporates basics of 2-d plans

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    class discussion
    completed artwork
    tests and/or quiz

  Learning Objectives
  a. Transform 2-d planning into 3-d art
  b. Create 3-d artworks

4. Incorporate art mediums

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Synthesis
  Difficulty: Medium
  Importance: Essential

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner acquires knowledge of art medium

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    completed artwork
    self evaluation
     test

  Learning Objectives
  a. Produce artwork with various art mediums

5. Explore cultural relationships

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Analysis
  Difficulty: High
  Importance: Important

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner will access cultural resources
    artwork based on cultural resource

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    test and quizzes
    self reflection
    completed artwork
    class discussion

  Learning Objectives
  a. Integrate cultural resources
  b. Develop understanding of cultural relationship of the media and process
  c. Identify cultural importance

6. Explore historical referencing

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Analysis
  Difficulty: High
  Importance: Useful

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner connects past medium techniques with present work
    learner incorporates relevant information
  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    self reflection
    completed artwork
    class discussion
    test and quizzes

  Learning Objectives
  a. Produce art based on past media techniques
  b. Use relevant information

7. Evaluate art criticism

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Evaluation
  Difficulty: High
  Importance: Useful

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner demonstrate use of art vocabulary
    learner examine on-going and completed art
    learner expresses ideas

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    group discussion
    written assignment

  Learning Objectives
  a. Practice art vocabulary
  b. Examine on-going art
  c. Examine completed art
  d. Express individual ideas
  e. Interpret individual ideas

8. Explore visual aesthetics

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Analysis
  Difficulty: High
  Importance: Important

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner develops art vocabulary
    learner participates in project discussion

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    class discussion
    test or quiz

  Learning Objectives
  a. Acquire art vocabulary
  b. Practice art vocabulary
  c. Discuss artwork

9. Investigate visual expression

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Application
  Difficulty: High
  Importance: Important

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    produce artwork based on personal experience
    produce artwork based on present event

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    discussion
    question and answer
    completed artwork

  Learning Objectives
  a. Personalize art work
  b. Relate art work to present event

10. Incorporate observation into a composition

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Synthesis
  Difficulty:
  Importance:

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
  Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    learner breaks down observations into simple design forms
    learner explains the break down of observations for application
    artwork relates to simple observations as elements and principles within the artwork

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    class discussion
    self-critique
    completed artwork

  Learning Objectives
  a. Develop a work of art based on elements found in nature
  b. Examine personal preferences as design elements

11. Demonstrate innovative thinking

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Application
  Difficulty:
  Importance:

  Linked Core Abilities
  Use problem solving skills in real world situations
  Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
  Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
  Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles
  Make informed choices based on global connections due to the interdependence of the world
  Appreciate past and present cultures and the impact of those groups on individuals and
  society

  Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
    artwork reflects creative use of personal thoughts
    learner incorporates relevant information to own thinking

  Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
    self-critique
    participates in project discussion
    completed artwork

  Learning Objectives
  a. discover personal traits needed to create a work of art
  b. Create an original work of art

12. Exercise safety issues

  Properties
  Domain: Cognitive
  Level: Application
  Difficulty:
Importance:

Linked Core Abilities
Use problem solving skills in real world situations
Utilize informational resources for life-long learning
Communicate effectively through speaking and writing in all areas
Practice citizenship skills based on democratic principles

Criteria - Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when:
  learner minimizes unsafe practices
  learner distinguishes between safe and dangerous procedures

Conditions for Assessment - Competence will be demonstrated:
  incorporate safe conduct when using equipment
  utilize appropriate safety devices specific to task

Learning Objectives
a. Identify hazards in the production of works of art
b. Integrate safety procedures in handling art materials

				
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